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I would double check the fuse then check for ground. It sounds as if you may have a ground disconnected since only the lights aren't working. You can do this to check to see if it is a ground problem but your switch will have to have a grounding wire currently hooked up to it. You can take the green grounding wire and place it on the terminal where the white wire is connected. Once you turn on the power switch on the power to the lights and see if they work at this time. If so, You have a grounding problem. Good luck on your repairs
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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